WEDNESDAY NIGHT SUPPER CLUB was tonight at 5:30 PM.
We met at Biancke’s for a delicious meal.EVERYONE was welcome!
The Christian holy day of Pentecost, which is celebrated on the seventh Sunday after Easter, commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ while they were in Jerusalem celebrating the Feast of Weeks, as described in the Acts of the Apostles (Acts 2:1–31).
This staff has been thoroughly trained for whatever this beautiful summer has to throw at us
and we are so excited for our first camp on Tuesday!
The Staff includes our own Luke Bradford, in the sunglasses and red sun visor.
Teresa, Susan and Janet went to visit Anne and Herb on May 30. The girls ate at Old Stone Inn.
DeAnne, Anne’s daughter, joined us.
We then went to see their new home!
A good time was had by all!!!
Fun time for grandfather.
Hazel and Greg playing checkers and relaxing.
Nothing better than spending time with grandchildren!!
The daughter of Jim and Betsy Clyde, Susanna Max is in Mumbai India with Crossroads Church as part of an effort to
support young girls rescued from sex slavery.
Mumbai (formerly called Bombay) is a densely populated city on India’s west coast. A financial center, it's India's largest
city. On the Mumbai Harbour waterfront stands the iconic Gateway of India stone arch, built by the British Raj in 1924.
Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island holds ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The city's also famous as
the heart of the Bollywood film industry.
The Kentucky Academy is located in Adjeikrom, Ghana. It is sponsored by the University Of Kentucky School Of Human Environmental Sciences.
During this program, students will discover the West Coast of Africa through food and agriculture. Under the expert guidance of Yolanda Jackson students will spend time visiting Cape Coast, the University of Ghana in Accra, the Cocoa Research Institute, and the Adjeikrom Village. For food, nutrition, tourism, and non-majors alike, this program offers the opportunity to encounter first-hand the rich cultural heritage of Ghanaians.
Students will learn about flavorful food, agriculture, health and families in both rural and urban communities. There will also be an opportunity to participate in a cooking class to learn the techniques in preparing an authentic Ghanaian meal, as well as an opportunity to create a colorful Batik fabric with Global Mamas - a fair trade organization in Cape Coast. A visit to the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana will provide insight into the chocolate-making process (with taste-testing of course!). Finally, students will visit a rural village where UK sponsors a school feeding program for kindergarten students, a school farm, and a cooperative that offers opportunities for women entrepreneurs.
Ghana is a land of royalty where students will experience ceremonies with dancing, drumming and music while meeting Chiefs and Queen Mothers who loyally serve their communities. For over a decade the people of Ghana have warmly shared their lives and wisdom with UK students. In the past this program has been described as "life-changing!". It is truly something that you just have to experience, because "life-changing doesn't do it justice!" said one Human Nutrition student.
This program is open to undergraduate and graduate students from all academic disciplines
Staff Spotlight: Meet Luke Bradford!
Luke is currently a first-year Human Resource Management major at Northern Kentucky University. He grew up going to Cynthiana Presbyterian Church and has been an awesome CIT in past summers here at Camp Burnamwood. He loves playing tennis and volleyball, being goofy with his pals and eating banana pudding. This summer, he’s hoping to play a lot of Capture the Flag, watch Moana and put smiles on everybody’s faces. A fun fact about Luke is that he has a life-sized Santa in his dorm room. He brings the Christmas spirit with him year-round and we know that he will make an awesome counselor!